This coastal New Hampshire home has truly perfected the indoor/outdoor flow. Located on the edge of Sagamore Creek the kitchen window opens wide onto the large screened porch which looks out over the changing tides and bobbing lobster boats.
Simple style, high functionality
The clean, long lines of the cabinetry design hide many useful kitchen elements, from a baking area to a floor to ceiling pantry. All can be left behind closed doors without having to move appliances and with minimal cleanup. Both the baking area and the coffee station are concealed behind pocket doors that open and fit perfectly inside the cabinets while coffee percolates or cakes are mixed.
Beneath the surface
The design of this space is far more complex than it appears. It's large pantry and wall units create so much storage that the kitchen remains uncluttered. The large accordion window disappears when opened and the counter beneath it becomes a pass-through for perfect indoor-outdoor flow.
Materials + Specs
- Cabinetry: Traditional single face frame, inset cabinetry with a sprayed finish.
- Island + sideboard: Rustic White Oak. Maple shelves and drawers. Custom blend Rubio Monocoat oil finish.
- Countertops: Quartz on the perimeter and Quartzite on the island
- Range Hood: Custom built, sprayed finish.